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Allow instant archiving of successfully completed goals

If the user has achieved their goal, they shouldn't have to wait 7 days before being allowed to archive it.

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      • JonJon commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yes. At very least change the language of archiving — which currently says you're "crying uncle" on a goal. But if you've already succeeded on it, that's not true! Success should be more an occasion for affirmation than (1) a delayed archiving process and (2) a warning that you're giving up.

      • SSoGSSoG commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Came to post this, ran a search instead, saw it had already been posted, gave it three votes. I use the iPhone app, which automatically sorts goals based on how many days until derailment. I find that feature incredibly useful, as I'm beeminding so many goals that it helps to be able to focus on what I need to do immediately and what I have built buffer on and can put off. The problem is the very top goal on my list is the goal I completed yesterday, and it will remain the top goal on my list for another week, which is not helpful at all.

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